When you're done exploring the stunning lake, head on over to Calamunnda Camel Farm. You don't have to go all the way to Broome to meet some friendly camels, with the camel farm located 30 minutes from Lake Leschenaultia.
Camel riding is the perfect next stop for your action packed day. Journey through the bushland on the Bibbulmun Track and discover the variety of flora and fauna found in the outback. If you're not that keen on riding the camels you can relax in the picnic area, feed some of the resident animals and even try some camel milk.
The Calamunnda Camel Farm is open from Thursday to Sunday - don't forget to book in advance if you want to ride the camels.
Venture from the bushland to the serene gardens of Araluen Botanical Park. Set out over 59 hectares, Araluen Botanical Park is famous for their Tulip's (100,000 of them!) which are best viewed in spring. While the flowers are out in abundance during spring there's still plenty to see all year round. Filled with history and natural attractions you can easily spend the day exploring this nature-lovers paradise.
Don't forget to check the opening hours before you visit as they change seasonally.